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Trocadéro station, line 6; Mouton-Duvernet style. Trocadéro is a station which serves two lines, and features different styles for the two vaults.

Charles de Gaulle-Étoile station, line 6; featuring the Mouton-Duvernet style and the "Spanish solution", so called for its extensive use in Barcelona: a track is served by two platforms; people board the train from one platform and alight from the train to the other one.

Charles de Gaulle-Étoile station, line 2; featuring the "Mouton-Duvernet" style, with orange tiles instead of white ones, and the roof painted in a neutral colour.

Mouton Duvernet Métro in Paris, France - 1909 - by Art Nouveau architect Hector Guimard (French, 1867-1942) - @Mlle

Mouton-Duvernet station, line 4; this station no longer features the style which bears its name.